My Morning Jacket Live at The Palace Theater on 2005-11-23
02 It Beats
04 One Big
07 I Will Sing
01 Lay Low
02 Off the Record
06 Louisville Pride
07 I Wil Be There (Jim)
08 Bermuda (Jim)
09 At Dawn
10 Run Thru
Collection MyMorningJacketBand/Artist My Morning JacketVenue The Palace TheaterLocation Louisville, KySource FM BroadcastLineage Sony STR-K840P Receiver> Sound Studio 2.0.7> xACT> FLACTaped by Kory JohnsonTransferred by Kory Johnson
Radio host banter removed from between tracks and I tried my best to normalize if there were any changes in volume between his talking. He didn't disrupt any of the tracks except a guitar strum at the beginning of Run Thru (I removed talking with the strum and I don't think that's a big problem). I will be archiving this recording as one large wav file that I recorded from the radio for archives sake. If anyone needs this file for any reason or wants to re-track it, you're more than welcome to contact me to get the file. Thanks to MMJ and my old co-worker Patrick!
April 14, 2006
Hey kids...are you like me..do you like to Rock n Roll?......Well these guys sound pretty darn good...I would love to hear em break out a "wont get fooled again" as they have a definite "who" sound. Hope to catch em when they come to boston soon...The show sounds good here and I wont be surprised when they go big. check local listings for times and dates...( or their website). viva el Brucie!
March 23, 2006
Worth Several Listens
I'm new to MMJ. I bought their latest CD "Z" the day before I downloaded this show. Since then I've listened to this show as much as or more than I've listened to "Z". And "Z" is a good disc. But right now I'm enjoying this show even more. This band isn't as tight as some others available on the archive, but their singer expresses a lot of feeling. And the songs are well written. This is good stuff.
December 16, 2005
Naturally, this recording sounds fantastic because it was a radio broadcast. Kudos to whomever took out the radio chit chat. Doesn't make for the smoothest transitions between songs, but I'd rather get right back to the music than listen to DJs talk it up.
Pretty good set by MMJ. The new songs sound pretty good, but once One Big Holiday kicks in as the third song, one is left wanting more of the older tunes. Still, they balanced it out fairly well. I absolutely love how clear Bermuda comes through in this recording. It will make you cry. And of course, Magheeta at the end is just rockin fun. Not really the best they have ever done, but they really milk it at this show and Jim seems to be enjoying himself.
Great recording. An absolute must have simply for the quality.
December 14, 2005
One of the best?
Absolutely the most amazing show I have seen in quite a while. The band obviously was saving the best for last. As for "one of the best" venues in Lousiville, could you please name a better in Louisville if not the midwest? It makes Cincinnati's venues look like HS Auditoriums! Oh, and the recording (which is why we're here) is fantastic. The Best MMJ recording out there. Enjoy the band like it's supposed to be enjoyed, w/o the guy behind you screaming during a solo.
Jac from Tucson
December 6, 2005
Finally, some decent quality live audio from MMJ
Thanks to all the tapers who've made what's available out there, but, sadly, the quality just hasn't been there audio-wise until this FM broadcast. I commute to a small desert town about 50 miles away and each day I play a new download for music. I've been disappointed on what's out there for MMJ until this! Awesome quality, and kudos to the taper for editing out the DJ banter. Most downloads don't get a second day's play, but this one at the awesome Palace in Louisville is a keeper I'll be listening to for some time to come. Definitely worth the time to download! Now, MMJ, how about releasing a few soundboards for the phans?
November 27, 2005
Bringing it all back home
This show was wonderful. They played in their hometown on the day before Thanksgiving in what is one of the best venues in Louisville to perform in. The crowd was in love with every second of sound that eminated from the stage (myself included) and the band loved them right back. It was magical.